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Are you suggesting that by upping the NB Voltage I can raise the CPU REF higher?

What do you suggest for safe voltages to try for the NB?
I am not saying that it's guaranteed, but yes the more NB volts the higher the CPU ref. As for safe voltages 1.4v is as far as I would push it.

But this is how I would overclock this chip "take a look at my sig".


I would drop the multi of the HT to x4 or x5 the CPU multi to x5 and the same for the ram.

Now from here I would increase the CPU REF/CPU FREQUENCY from 200MHz in 10MHz increments, while doing this stress the same as you would for a CPU using large FFT's.

Once you get to the point of a crash (the same as a CPU) then you increase the NB voltage to compensate for the increase of the CPU REF/CPU Frequency.
Once you start hitting the upper limit of 250MHz + then I would only increase at 5MHz a step and then increase NB voltage an increment at a time.

Once you have found the max of the CPU REF/ CPU Frequency and have it stable (like a CPU) then you increase the other multipliers of the CPU,HT,RAM,CPU/NB starting with the CPU first.

This may help out a bit.



But for a 4 GHz OC you will be looking at a CPU REF/ CPU Frequency of 285MHz-290MHz on a x14 multiplier.
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By the way dont use coretemp.
Use Hardware monitor it will give you an accurate reading,

when temps seem really amazing, or people speak of miracle chips they're usually just reading temps wrong unfortunately.
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Originally Posted by smash_mouth01 View Post
I am not saying that it's guaranteed, but yes the more NB volts the higher the CPU ref. As for safe voltages 1.4v is as far as I would push it.

But this is how I would overclock this chip "take a look at my sig".


I would drop the multi of the HT to x4 or x5 the CPU multi to x5 and the same for the ram.

Now from here I would increase the CPU REF/CPU FREQUENCY from 200MHz in 10MHz increments, while doing this stress the same as you would for a CPU using large FFT's.

Once you get to the point of a crash (the same as a CPU) then you increase the NB voltage to compensate for the increase of the CPU REF/CPU Frequency.
Once you start hitting the upper limit of 250MHz + then I would only increase at 5MHz a step and then increase NB voltage an increment at a time.

Once you have found the max of the CPU REF/ CPU Frequency and have it stable (like a CPU) then you increase the other multipliers of the CPU,HT,RAM,CPU/NB starting with the CPU first.

This may help out a bit.



But for a 4 GHz OC you will be looking at a CPU REF/ CPU Frequency of 285MHz-290MHz on a x14 multiplier.

Thanks for taking the time to post all that. I'll have to take my time to read it a few times.
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By the way dont use coretemp.
Use Hardware monitor it will give you an accurate reading,

when temps seem really amazing, or people speak of miracle chips they're usually just reading temps wrong unfortunately.
Good advice the program looks much more useful.

The temps are the same though which is comforting to have so much wiggle room...
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can you show a screenshot with HWmonitor, PC at idle will be fine.
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post #76 of 92
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Thanks for taking the time to post all that. I'll have to take my time to read it a few times.
It's a bit to get your head around for the first time because it is so different from the Black Edition processors.

But if you have any questions shoot me a PM or just quote and post, I'll be glad to help.

Also the temp/s you want to look at in HW Monitor is TMPIN 1 and TMPIN 2 one is the CPU case temp and the other as far as I can tell is the NB on the Motherboard. There is also another program called HW Info 32 which provides more detailed information than HW Monitor.
Edited by smash_mouth01 - 2/4/11 at 7:39pm
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Everything looking safe? Nothing stands out to me but that's not saying much yet.
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cant see the pic for some reason.......

forget that i can see it ( I'm stabilty testing right now for RAM timings might have affected picture loading lol)
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Should mention I was playing a 720p movie at the time of that screenshot. Shouldn't be a huge difference but it's worth noting.
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Yes it is worth noting, and yes everything looks safe.

x6's have a sensor issue and the going theory is to add 10C to core temps, this is innacurate at load though i believe.

what you need to look at is the TMPIN01 which is your socket temp and will be the most accurate at full load.

out of interest try full loading (prime95 small FFT's will get straight to it)

check the socket temp reading at full load.
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